South Korea doubles emissions target for 2013

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Power and industrial sector required to cut greenhouse gases by three per cent next year

Businesses in South Korea have been told that next year they will be required to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by double this year's target, ahead of the launch of carbon trading in 2015. According...

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